• To know when God is speakng to your Spirit, and when He's not?
  • To be led by His Spirit to help and minister to others?
  • To flow in Gifts of the Spirit in a way God designed specifically for you?

I get it . . . because I was you

    "For the first nine years of my Christian life, I didn't understand how to hear the voice of God.
I saw others flowing in the Spirit but could never connect the dots myself.

Then one day, God spoke clearly to my Spirit that He would use me to teach others how to hear His voice.

That began years of fasting and praying and writing a textbook on "Spirit-Led Evangelism."
We then conducted seminars and ministered in the Gifts of the Spirit over thousands of people.

Years and now, decades have gone by; while  pastoring for over 20 years, I continued to teach others how to hear God's voice.

Now, I'd love to help you. "

Francis Anfuso

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Leading to an Intimate Relationship With God!

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I’ve found there are three levels of conviction. The lowest rung is being "EMBARRASSED." We’re embarrassed we said or did something. It means our conscience is alive and in action. The next level of conviction I call, “FED UP”. It means we are at least listening to the Holy Spirit. But, it does not guarantee that a change in our behavior is forthcoming. In order for that to happen we need to go to a further level of conviction. We have to become “DESPERATE” in order to obey whatever the Spirit of God asks. So, the next time we face conviction from the Holy Spirit, may we not wallow in “embarrassment”, may we not stop at merely being “fed up”, but may we be “desperate” enough to change, whatever the cost.


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Are you able to hear God? Not with your natural ears, but with your spirit, your inner, supernatural ear? Jesus said, “My sheep hear My voice, and I know them, and they follow Me.” (John 10:27, NKJV) And Paul the Apostle writes, “For all who are led by the Spirit of God are children of God.” (Romans 8:14, NLT) It seems the days it’s hardest to hear God, we need Him the most. I’m reminded of C.S. Lewis’ profound insight, “God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks to us in our conscience, but shouts in our pains: it is His megaphone to rouse a deaf world.” Jesus, open our ears to hear Your still-small voice. You are the One we need most. You are the One our heart longs for.

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If I’m to be truly led by God’s Spirit, I must be as committed to do nothing as I am to do something; to be as fully conscious at STOP SIGNS as I am at GREEN LIGHTS. I’m not wasting time when I’m waiting on God. He’s merely testing my willingness to obey Him more than my own preference. Am I as willing to rest in Him as I am to work for Him. In the Old Testament, the prophet Samuel commanded King Saul to wait for him to return before offering a sacrifice. Yet, Saul succumbed to fear and his own desires, and went ahead of God. It would cost Him dearly. Obeying and waiting on God is the wisest action we can ever take. It shows we trust Him more than ourselves, and that’s always the smartest thing we can do.

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not created to be "CLONES"

The number one way you and I can tell we are not being led by the Lord is when we want to imitate someone else. In the Old Testament, the Israelites had lost their relationship with the Lord and, consequently, begged the prophet Samuel for a king to lead them like all the other nations.(1 Samuel 8:20) What a tragic decision! Here God created and anointed them to be a unique people, chosen by God, but instead they wanted to be a clone of someone else. God is a God of relationship. He wants us to look to Him first, and not to others. “Jesus, it’s Your kindness that allows us to have a relationship with You, Your Word that tells us we have a one-of-a-kind call on our lives, and Your love that continually draws us to look to You first, so that our lives can be truly blessed.”

Francis Anfuso

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"For the Lord God does nothing without revealing His SECRET to His servants the prophets." (Amos 3:7, ESV)